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tom truthful

My favorite Wyeth. His illustrations are his legacy - and eternally appealing to youthful males - but he always wanted more time for his paintings of local people and scenes. His grandson - Jamie - got to do that for him. All the Wyeths seem to have an affinity for Halloween, which in New England of course is almost a season-long holiday.

Thomas P. Ramirez

Curious about an old print (steel engraving) that I have showing Robin shooting his last arrow. Print is undated, but it had to come from the early 1900s. Any direction to determine value?


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